22:06 - Fritillaria ah simple melodies don't worry me, but imagin that you should learn how to pitch in bends, raise tempo of your right wrist for picking correctly in speedy riffs,and improvising correctly along every chord using correct scales...
21:59 - Redn1ght Don't get me wrong, I do take guitar classes and that stuff. But yeah, I'm more relaxed about it and whenever I'm bored I start practicing. For example I'm pretty good at learnin simple melodies quite fast with a little help.
21:55 - E.Mols86 Then again, you can call something melodic gothic metal if it's very melodic, but often it feels unnecessary in my opinion. Oliver, sounds good, will check it out tomorrow. Will now be leaving to the beer pub. See ya.
21:53 - Cynic Metalhead I really feel like playing Igorrr loud on big speakers and disturbing your neighbours.
21:52 - E.Mols86 LeKiwi, yeah it isn't very dark gothic doom, this stuff. But gothic metal is often about the theme and atmosphere, as well as melodic elements. Most GM is melodic, hence why it's never called "melodic gothic metal".
21:48 - Dark†SymphonY Erik, I have just downloaded their full album, and yes a few songs do have some harsh male vocals.
21:46 - E.Mols86 Describing what exactly gothic is is actually not that easy as describing other genres. Often it's the atmosphere combined with piano/keyboard/violin. Not necessarily with female vocals, just look at PL, Moonspell, Heavenwood.
The forthcoming Perfect Strangers Live DVD features a show that was filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1984 and the only full length concert film of Deep Purple - Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice, at this time. Eagle Rock has now released a clip of the band performing "Black Night" taken from the imminent DVD set for release tomorrow. You can watch it here.
On October 14th, Eagle Rock will release Perfect Strangers Live which features a show that was filmed in Melbourne, Australia in 1984 and the only full length concert film of Deep Purple - Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice, at this time. The label has now released a clip of the band performing "Perfect Strangers" taken from the forthcoming DVD. You can watch it below.
1984 saw the long-awaited reunion of the classic Deep Purple Mark II line-up of Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice. It was the first time they had worked together since 1973. They recorded a brand new studio album, Perfect Strangers and headed out on tour. This show was filmed in Melbourne, Australia and is the only full length concert film of the band at this time. The Perfect Strangers Live DVD is due out on October 14th via Eagle Rock.
Deep Purple's new video for the song ''Vincent Price'', their first video clip in over 20 years, shows their humorous side with a black-and-white horror film homage and has just premiered online. You can view it below. ''Vincent Price'' is taken from the group's latest album NOW What?! which came out in April.
After some suspense, the cover artwork and tracklist of the upcoming album of legendary hard rockers Deep Purple have finally been announced and can be seen below. Now What?! is due to be released on April 26th and was produced by Bob Ezrin. For more details about the upcoming album, click here.
After some teasers, Deep Purple have finally revealed a new song from their upcoming new album Now What?!. You can listen to the British hard rockers new single "All The Time In The World" on the lyric video below. The single "All The Time in The World" will be released on March 29th.
After teasing the release, hard rock legends Deep Purple revealed via their official website the new album title and more details about it. The new album due to be released on April 26th will be entitled Now What?!. After various songwriting sessions in Europe, the band recorded and mixed the album in Nashville with producer Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Kiss).
Hard rock legends Deep Purple have released another teaser for the band's yet untitled upcoming album due to be released in April 2013 via earMUSIC, and you can get another glimpse at the new album on the video below.
Legendary hard rock/heavy metal pioneers Deep Purple released a teaser, which can now be seen below, for the band's upcoming album due to be out in stores in April via earMUSIC. The album release dates were also revealed. More information about the album can be found here although the album title is still under wraps.
Ian Gillan, singer of the legendary hard rockers Deep Purple, spoke exclusively to Classic Rock Magazine, and revealed that the new Deep Purple album, due to be released in April 2013, will feature 13 tracks including "Out Of Hand", "Hell To Pay", "Weirdistan", "Uncommon Man", and "Above And Beyond". The latter song references the band's founding member Jon Lord, who passed away this year, in the lyric: 'Souls having touched are forever entwined.'
Sadly, we have to announce the passing of Jon Lord, former keyboard player of Deep Purple, who suffered a fatal pulmonary embolism today, Monday 16th of July, at the London Clinic, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.
British hard-rock legends Deep Purple have announced on their official website that their new album will only be released in 2013. They decided to extend their writing and recording period through the summer of 2012. The last album the band released was back in 2005 (Rapture Of The Deep).
Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan commented: "We know we will disappoint some of our fans this summer. However, we look forward very much to our autumn/winter tour and continuing our worldwide tour with our new album in 2013."
A couple of weeks ago, former Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord was diagnosed with cancer.
Lord issued the following message on the matter: "I would like all my friends, followers, fans and fellow travelers to know that I am fighting cancer and will therefore be taking a break from performing while getting the treatment and cure.
I shall of course be continuing to write music - in my world it just has to be part of the therapy - and I fully expect to be back in good shape next year."
In other news, Jon Lord will release a new live album titled simply, Live, soon. A short trailer can be watched below. More snippets can be streamed over here.
Recorded in Bucharest, Romania in 2009 with a full symphony orchestra, the album includes a glorious selection of orchestral pieces representing Jon Lord's touring repetoire all over the world in recent years.
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